I am always tanned. For me, health is enjoying the outdoors, and my reward is to always have the skin in this tone. Even more than the sun is fundamental for the health and functioning of the body. But, everything has a limit. Let's see what it is?
You can't forget him. Especially with all the heat it is making. But before complaining, we have to thank you. It is through the sun's rays that our bodies get 90% of the vitamin D they need. It is critical in calcium absorption, to strengthen our bones.
We just can't overdo it. The Brazilian Society of Dermatology advocates moderate exposure in the morning, three times a week, combined with the use of sunscreen. According to the entity, this amount is already sufficient for an adequate intake of vitamin D.
In her work called “Ultraviolet Beauties,” New York artist Cara Philips used ultraviolet light to record the effects of overexposure to the star-king on the faces of strangers. When we are under the sun, the melanin pigment clumps to the surface of the skin. The longer, the more he concentrates, causing freckles, spots and spots. What the eyes cannot see, the lenses have captured with extreme precision: they are blemishes and skin flaws that pose health risks.
We have already seen in a previous matter that, regardless of the seasons, the sun is here to stay. Like everything I stand for, it has to have balance.
Take a look at the photos of the essay and think better before exposing yourself.